Baseball Canada Championships: Semis begin after round robin wrap-up
OTTAWA – Championship pools are set as round robins came to a screeching halt at the Baseball Canada championships. Individual performances once again highlight a “scoreboard Saturday” that usually features the most action of the weekend.
U-18 World Cup Selection Camp: Canada can't solve Aussies
AJAX, Ontario – After taking the first two games of the pre U-18 World Cup series, Canada has dropped three consecutive contests to Australia including a 5-2 defeat this evening.
Baseball Canada Championships: Pool standings become clearer as round robin stages continue
OTTAWA – Day two provided more high scoring finishes, including close games at all tiers of the Baseball Canada national championships.
U-18 World Cup Selection Camp: Australia evens series
AJAX, Ontario – Canada nearly doubled Australia’s output in the hit category but lost the battle on the scoreboard with a 6-4 defeat.
Baseball Canada Championships: Flurry of action Thursday to open week two
OTTAWA – It was opening day on the second round of national championship tournaments across the country, with opening ceremonies and tight games from coast to coast.
U-18 World Cup Selection Camp: Australia hands Canada first loss
AJAX, Ontario – Australia limited Canada to just four hits and managed just enough offence to come away with a 3-2 win and record their first victory of the pre U-18 World Cup Series.
U-18 World Cup Selection Camp: Canada takes game two of series
AJAX, Ontario – Wesley Moore (Surrey, BC) and William Sierra (Montréal, QC) combined to strikeout 14 batters, Michael Stovman (Maple Ridge, BC) belted a solo home run and Rhys Cratty (Langley, BC) drove in four runs to lead Canada to an 8-2 win over Australia.
Baseball Canada Championships: Four more championships to begin Thursday
OTTAWA – Six down and five to go!
U-18 World Cup Selection Camp: Canada edges Australia in series opener
AJAX, Ontario – Archer Brookman’s (Pointe Claire, QC) RBI groundout in the bottom of the eighth scored Clayton Keyes (Calgary, AB) from third base to break a 2-2 tie and Canada hung on to defeat Australia, 3-2, to open the seven game series between the two countries.